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Molecular Spectroscopy


Published 1962


The film uses laboratory experiments, molecular models, and animation to show details of the infrared light absorption process and its relation to molecular properties. The film stresses the concept of natural vibrational frequencies in molecules. Further, it demonstrates the use of the infrared spectrum in identifying molecules and determining their molecular structure.

Collaborators: Professor Bryce Crawford, Jr., and Dr. John Overend, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.


Producer CHEM Study, College of Chemistry, U.C. Berkeley
Audio/Visual sound, color

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Reviewer: Diyako_nono - - July 4, 2013
Subject: Very useful video
I like this video, it really amazing
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